DorobekInsider: What you read for the first week of September 2009 on DorobekInsider, Daily Debrief, and

The items you’re reading for the first week of September 2009 on, the Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris, and on FederalNe...

The items you’re reading for the first week of September 2009 on, the Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris, and on

First, for the

  1. The DorobekInsider Reader: National Security Personnel System recommendations
  2. DorobekInsider: What are the most annoying buzz words?
  3. DorobekInsider: The buzz of federal government IT: Two scorching IG report on VA IT… sex, lies, but no video tape
  4. DorobekInsider: A positive step for federal workers: Improving the buildings
  5. DorobekInsider: Obama’s summer reading list – and autumn’s worthy reads
  6. DorobekInsider: Most read on for the last week of August 2009 on DorobekInsider… Daily Debrief
  7. DorobekInsider on DC’s NewsChannel 8 tonight talking leadership and management — the liner notes
  8. DorobekInsider: Most read items for August 2009
  9. DorobekInsider: The VA IG reports — what are the next steps? We ask government IT veterans
  10. DorobekInsider: Federal News Radio is going to shake our groove thing… with a famous fed
  11. DorobekInsider: The GSA Johnson hold update — Bond and Johnson have met
  12. DorobekInsider: GSA names Dave McClure to lead the Office of Citizen Services
  13. DorobekInsider: What’s the deal with GSA administrator nominee Johnson? The Kansas City Star f
  14. DorobekInsider: Power IT Down Day – help Mother Earth (and Wounded Warriors) by turning off yo
  15. DorobekInsider: Leadership or management — that is the question?
  16. DorobekInsider: What’s behind the cyber-czar Hathaway resignation? And why is this post so dif
  17. Ed DeSeve to join the Obama administration
  18. DorobekInsider: Robertson to be named to head GSA’s OGP and CAO EDITOR’S NOTE: We’ll be talking to Robertson Tuesday on Federal News Radio 1500 AM’s Daily Debrief
  19. DorobekInsider: The new TSA CIO — Emma Garrison-Alexander
  20. DorobekInsider: The ACT/IAC 30/20 year celebration
  21. DorobekInsider: contractor Smartronix speaks — in a statement
  22. DorobekInsider: 1105 Media cuts pay 20 percent — temporarily

The items you read last week on Federal News Radio 1500 AM’s Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris

  1. Federal Contracting workforce is growing with Steve Kelman, the Harvard University Kennedy School professor and the former OFPP administrator
  2. Who will inherit your TSP account?
  3. Pay parity still lacking for federal civilian employees
  4. Multi-tasking isn’t just a bad idea it can actually hurt you
  5. Special fed shakes his groove thing on WFED
  6. Hurricane Katrina anniversary
  7. Some DISA workers facing tough decision
  8. OPM wants to change sick leave rules
  9. Sunlight Foundation’s mock SCOTUS site now online
  10. How the per diem rates are calculated
  11. TSP Talk: Tobacco Bill signed into law
  12. Analysis: Where does NSPS go now?
  13. New FAR regulations create unintended consequences
  14. VA deputy secy responds to troubling IG report
  15. BRAC update from two local congressmen
  16. College advisors get inside tips on federal jobs
  17. Tom Davis discusses Hurricane Katrina report near anniversary
  18. Will Maryland be the new home of cybersecurity?
  19. E-Verify ruling & contractors
  20. Working together in case of emergency
  21. America Competes Act allows feds to hire for a specific task
  22. Update: DHS’s Quadrennial Homeland Security Review
  23. LandWarNet Conference continues
  24. How well do CBP checkpoints work?
  25. GSA Administrator still not nominated
  26. Why you might want to be wary of cloud computing
  27. Cybersecurity concerns from Congress
  28. Reaction to NSPS from all sides
  29. How Web 2.0 is changing responses to emergencies
  30. BIG Conference happening in Baltimore this week
  31. Report: NSPS should be reconstructed
  32. Interior’s Indian Trust looks to repair relations with 2.0 technology
  33. Cybersecurity challenges
  34. The IT Sector Baseline Risk Assessment & you
  35. What next, if not Networx? Word from GSA’s conference
  36. POGO: Guards being mistreated at embassy in Afghanistan
  37. No COLA for federal retirees?
  38. Analysis: PPS Where the Jobs Are report
  39. New contractor past performance system in development
  40. The possibilities of cloud computing in the federal government
  41. Companies urge employees to power down
  42. What do students think of the Where the Jobs Are report?
  43. Gov 2.0 Summit coming to D.C.
  44. VA reaches out to troubled troops with e-therapy
  45. DoD’s health IT strategy
  46. GITSS preview: Gov 2.0
  47. The latest TSP news
  48. FAIR Institute releases report on insourcing
  49. A new era of cooperation in case of emergency

And the items you read last week on

  1. White House cuts federal pay raise
  2. Embassy guard scandal brews in Afghanistan
  3. Spouse beneficiaries rules to change for TSP
  4. PPS issues 2009 Where the Jobs Are Report
  5. Telework, transportation top issues for BRAC
  6. Ruling on E-Verify could contain hidden costs
  7. New FAR regulations create unintended consequences
  8. Persistence needed to go “Where the Jobs Are”
  9. Nation’s colleges may soon see a wave of veterans
  10. Spouse beneficiary rules to change for TSP
  11. McClure taking charge at GSA
  12. Embassy guard scandal brews in Afghnistan
  13. ‘Big Stick’ heads home for an extreme makeover
  14. OPM preparing for pandemic by adjusting sick leave policy
  15. Agencies taking diverse paths to performance measurement
  16. DHS opens phase two of quadrennial review
  17. Crowdsourcing creates mock SCOTUS site
  18. Contractor integrity, performance to face higher level of scrutiny
  19. Labor issues RFI to move GovBenefits to the cloud
  20. SBA Administrator Mills says Recovery Act benefitting small businesses

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